If the Jets are interested in a wide receiver, another option just entered the market.
The Ravens released WR Michael Crabtree on Monday, according to ESPN's Adam Schefter.
The 31-year-old receiver will have made $8 million from the three-year, $21 million contract he signed with Baltimore before the 2018 season.
Crabtree is coming off a season in which he had career lows in yards (607) and receptions (54) and finished with three touchdowns, but the Ravens tailored their offense to the mobility of rookie quarterback Lamar Jackson, which could explain the drop in production.
The Jets are in need of a No. 1 receiver or a veteran they could pair opposite of Quincy Enunwa.
Crabtree would be a low-cost alternative or added as depth behind Enunwa and receiver Robby Anderson.
Adding Crabtree would provide a veteran presence among the receiving corps and he could serve as a reliable weapon for Sam Darnold.